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Advice of the Day for January 16, 2005

Posted by Katie on 2006-01-16 10:52:27
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My advice revolves around cooking, but is really a lesson for life.

Here's something I have found.....cooking is easy! It looks hard, and the end product is (usually) impressive, but all it takes is some planning and a little timing. I have cooked many meals from the simplest to the most complicated, and while I never felt that anything was too hard, the results make a great impression (especially with the bf's mother).

I think this applies well to life.....whenever you're daunted by something, sit down, plan a little bit, and work out your timing. Debts to pay off? Big new purchase? Scary interview? Think about it, plan your course of action, and choose the right time to proceed. In the end, you'll find yourself a success!

Quote:

In the spirit of the upcoming elections, please match the quotes with the correct politician:

A. "I rise today in support of Bill C-38, the Civil Marriage Act. I rise in support of a Canada in which liberties are safeguarded, rights are protected and the people of this land are treated as equals under the law. "

B. "I have no difficulty with the recognition of civil unions for non-traditional relationships but I believe in law we should protect the traditional definition of marriage."

C. "We cannot express confidence in a government unwilling to act on such a critical issue and we cannot express confidence in a government under the leadership of a party that cannot be trusted to clean up the politics it tainted.

Website:

http://www.bullfrogpower.com/

You can sign up with this company and get up to 100% Green power! This means power produced by wind turbines and low-impact hydro generators. What they do is put into Toronto Hydro's (or whatever company you use) enough green power to replace what you use on a regular basis. So while you still get your power from your regular hydro company, Bullfrog puts green power into the system to replace it. My sister first brough this to my attention, and she is listed as one of their "bullfrog 100". Way to go Jennifer!

Of course, you pay a premium. But if you believe in green power, then maybe you don't mind that extra cost.

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